Sebastian Herkner / Das Haus

 
Sebastian Herkener / Das Haus / London Design Journal
 
 
Sebastian Herkener / Das Haus / London Design Journal
 
 
We were inspired by the wall coverings from interior history made of various materials like seashells found in Pompeii and the wooden inlays of Art Nouveau. We used Caesarstone sheets to illustrate this nature-inspired background in the style of a mosaic, with patterns reflecting landscapes, plants and stone,
— Sebastian Herkner, Designer
 
Sebastian Herkener / Das Haus / London Design Journal
 
Sebastian Herkener / Das Haus / London Design Journal
Sebastian Herkener / Das Haus / London Design Journal
 
Sebastian Herkener / Das Haus / London Design Journal
 
 
Sebastian Herkner / Das Haus / London Design Journal
 

Designer Sebastain Herkener has designed a circular transparent house for the DAS HAUS Interiors on Stage installation at imm Cologne 2016. Presented as a striking feature at the center of the house, a wall comprised of five separate panels that use a selection of Caesarstone’s tones and textures and vertical linear designs. Herkner uses various methods and techniques to fabricate the stone, including stone marquetry and the engraving of grids and lines creating a strong pattern inspired by natural formations. 

Sebastian Herkner's work is renowned for his unique ability to express various cultural and societal contexts by infusing their characteristics into his modern creations. By paying particular attention to detail and experimenting with both traditional and innovative materials, Herkner playfully alters everyday structures to allow them to emphasise form and function in new and unconventional ways.

Photos: Patricia Parinejad

 

 

From the Archive: Movements by Caesar stone

 

From the Archive:

Stone Garden / Nendo for Caesarstone